Bargain Hunt expert Tim Wax has sparked outrage over the flogging of Nazi memorabilia at his auction house.
The BBC One Star has come under fire for selling items, including a third-reach banner of 2000 2,000 and a ست 300 swastika.
The British Jewish Board of Deputies described the sale as “disturbing, disturbing and extremely disrespectful”.
Items will not be sold after severe reaction.
According to the Daily Mail, the ban came shortly after the rise of right-wing extremism in Britain and the current climate in Afghanistan.
Tim, who joined the show in 2016, withdrew Nazi memorabilia from the auction after contacting the publication.
Commenting on the incident, Tim said: “After learning that several Third Reich items were listed for auction, I contacted the head of my military department to immediately remove them from sale. To be taken
“We never want to be the cause of a crime. We apologize if it happened unintentionally.”
The trade in Nazi memorabilia is illegal in Germany, France, Austria and Hungary, but not in Britain.
However, many auction rooms refuse to trade items and eBay is banned.
After Holocaust victims’ items were sold at public auctions, MPs tried several years ago to ban the sale of Nazi items.